Lil Wayne - Da Drought mp3 album
American rapper Lil Wayne has released twelve studio albums, one collaborative album, three compilation albums, two extended plays, and twenty mixtapes. Wayne made his album debut in 1999, with Tha Block Is Hot, which was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. His later albums, Lights Out released in 2000, and 500 Degreez, released in 2002, attracted minor attention. In 2004, he released the first of his infamous Carter series, with Tha Carter
Da Drought 3 moves like an album more than almost any other mainstream hip-hop album, though. The incredibly slow pacing lulls you in, and you eventually feel just as stoned as Weezy was when he made this album. It’s a testament to Lil Wayne’s skills that he can make an entire work out of other people’s beats, but Da Drought 3 never feels patched together, feeling much like the opposite.
And brother you gotta kill me if you want me to ever stop drillin this real shit in ya ears bitch And Here's this new thang, SQ Wayne, SQ Gang. Da Drought" Track Info. Written By Lil Wayne. Release Date January 1, 2004. Da Drought Lil Wayne. 4. Dat Boy Weezy (Missing Lyrics). 5. Won’t Fuck With me (Missing Lyrics). 6. Raw Tune (Missing Lyrics). 7. Drought Interlude. 8. Pop Goes The Pussy. 10. You Got Jokes (Missing Lyrics). 11. Wayne Is Here (Missing Lyrics). 12. Life (Missing Lyrics).
In 1998, Lil Wayne would appear on Juvenile's hit single "Back That Thing Up," or "Back That Azz Up" as it appeared on Juvie's album 400 Degreez. Wayne would launch his solo career a year later with the album Tha Block Is Hot, featuring the hit single title track. It went double platinum but the rapper was still unknown to Middle America, since his hardcore rhymes and the rough Cash Money sound had not yet crossed over. The rest of the Hot Boys had defected and Wayne's planned 2003 album was scrapped, coming out instead as an underground mixtape called Da Drought. Wayne became enamored with the mixtape world after Da Drought drew so much attention from the hip-hop press. He used these underground releases to drum up anticipation for his next official album, the breakthrough effort Tha Carter.
There's an urge among critics to find a Lil Wayne record to fix as the canonical one - a pinpointed moment at which his id dilated, his flow sublimated, his gag metaphors burst from logical constraints, and the onetime also-ran became the foul-mouthed baby-like poet laureate of latter-day rap nerds. For all its faults, 2006's double-disc mixtape Da Drought 3 might as well be it. It works, certainly, but fans might note that others work better. Proper releases Tha Carter II and Tha Carter III find his flow fully formed and his appeal transcending genre obsessives, and the Dedication.
Weezy F at his most unbeatable. Nobody could touch this album in 07, and it remains largely unrivaled today. Wayne's punchlines and swagger have never been matched, and here, they were at their zenith. 100. Incredible, exciting, a great vibe. Actually listen to the album, catch the lyrics you idiot haters who rated it 0-10. Get off Eminem's dick.
|3||Cops Is Watchin’|
|4||Dat Boy Weezy|
|5||Won’t Fuck With Me|
|8||Pop Goes The Pussy|
|9||So Many Places|
|10||You Got Jokes|
|11||Wayne Is Here|
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